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City Crime Logs: Munchie madness

The following crime reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton District D-14 crime logs from Sept 19 to Sept. 24.

At about 9:45 p.m. on Friday, two thin males and a third heavy male reportedly stole some goods from the Tedeschi Food Shop on 214 Market St. in Brighton. The store video shows the suspects shoving energy drinks in their shirts, jeans and sweatshirts. The suspects also took containers of ice cream in their arms and walked out the front door without paying. A store employee who said he believes one of the suspect lives on Tremont Street.

Crowbar crime

At about 6 a.m. on Saturday a break-in was reported at 75 Harvard Ave. in Allston.  The back door to the YB Service Company was broken off its hinges when officers arrived, and the cash register was open and emptied. The witness who called the police said the witness was a black male with a gray hoodie and baggy jeans. The witness said the suspect pried the door open to the business with a crowbar. The owner of the business said that $150 was stolen from the cash register and that their was video surveillance, but he did not know how to access the video.

Marlboro man

On Sunday at about 3 a.m., a suspect broke into the Linden Superette grocery store on 101 Brighton Ave. in Allston. When an employee opened the store on Sunday morning, she noticed cash was missing from the register and from the canister below. The rear door, which had two metal pipes securing it, was ajar and the pipes were removed. Upon further inspection, it was confirmed that $6,000 in Marlboro and Newport cigarettes was taken. The latch to the downstairs office was broken, and a DVR surveillance system had been stolen. A second DVR system outside of the office had not been stolen.

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